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Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Soy and Diabetes


Full of healthy protein, low on saturated fats, and with some important vitamins, soy is a nutritious and healthy diet ingredient, even for people without diabetes. Communities in the Far East have used soy in plenty for generations, and this is something for the rest of the world to follow.

Soy is flexible: you can use the bean as a substitute for meat, or as a cooking medium, and even as a beverage. The Japanese are especially creative in using soy beans as a most common ingredient of their meals. Let me know if you would like a link to a site where you can learn all about the many delicious and healthy ways of putting soy on a meal table. Do speak to your care giver, if you have diabetes, and if you would like to exchange some of the items in your meal plan with substitutes made from soy.


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